It was during the 1830s, that rail lines appeared in the Eastern States. The early lines were local and connected rivers, lakes and canals used for transportation. No rail systems existed and no scheduled service. Then the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad arrived and there was a switch from horsepower to steam-power! Soon there were rail lines moving across the United States.
Today there is a new heat energy system called the Energy Catalizer (E-Cat) Reactor. This new energy system was invented by Andrea Rossi, a dedicated clean environment technology developer. While over one hundred independent researchers were able to produce excess energy output from LENR/Cold Fusion, Rossi was able to produce larger amounts of energy and go commercial.
Now is the time to start planning the various applications for the new energy system. By tapping the immense power stored in a small amount of Nickel metal, and initiating a nuclear reaction with Hydrogen, the Rossi E-Cat produces abundant amounts of energy that is safe and very cheap!
With all the talk about “Bullet Trains” to speed transport people and goods across the United States and from Los Angeles north to San Francisco, the time is now to start planning a Rossi E-Cat powered Super Train. The E-Cat power will reduce the initial cost and operating cost of the Bullet Train. Like the original steam powered trains, development costs could be shared by Government and private enterprise.
The heat energy produced by the Rossi E-Cat could be converted to electricity or steam to power the engine that will drive the Bullet Trains. Modern steam turbines are much more efficient than the earlier versions and will work with the Rossi Energy Catalyzer.
As Andrea Rossi gets busy manufacturing millions of E-Cats to supply the world with cheap, safe, and abundant energy, let us all petition our world leaders to start planning and designing the future transportation vehicles that will use that new energy system. There will be lots of engineering and technical jobs, needed to build the new systems.